The Pecherskyi District Court of Kyiv has arrested an apartment and residential house of Minister of Energy and Coal Industry of Ukraine Ihor Nasalyk based on a lawsuit filed by businessman, President of the Karpaty Football Club (Lviv) Petro Dyminskyi. This is said in court's materials, Ukrainian News Agency reports. In particular, Dyminskyi filed a lawsuit to the court to collect debt from Nasalyk under a loan agreement (the debt amount was not specified in the court's decision). In addition, Dyminskyi filed a statement asking for injunctive relieve, that would be, in his opinion, arrest of Nasalik's property, in particular an apartment (287.7 sq.m) in Kyiv, a house (561.4 sq.m) and a land plot (1,510 sq.m) in Kozyn (Kyiv region). The court partially upheld the petition and arrested the apartment and the house. The property will remain under arrest until July 26, 2020. According to reports in media, in 2014 Nasalyk borrowed USD 3.3 million. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, Nasalyk declared UAH 1.2 million of income, USD 450,000, EUR 140,000 and UAH 1.4 million in cash as well as USD 450,000 and EUR 100,000 with Ukrgasbank for 2016.